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IN Senator Head Spotlights Argos Library

December 15, 2015
IN Senator Head Spotlights Argos Library

Indiana State Senator Randy Head’s Community Spotlight this week features the Argos Public Library. Senator Head said, “Libraries are an essential part of communities across the state.”   He continued, “The Argos Public Library, which serves Green and Walnut townships in Marshall County, provides citizens with numerous educational and fun opportunities.” The library isn’t just...
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HOOSIERS ENCOURAGED TO TAKE STEPS TO PREVENT FLU

December 15, 2015
HOOSIERS ENCOURAGED TO TAKE STEPS TO PREVENT FLU

State health officials say Hoosiers shouldn’t get complacent over a mild start to the flu season and should ensure that everyone in their families who is eligible is vaccinated against the flu and its potentially deadly complications. “Getting the flu vaccine is the best way to prevent the flu and sometimes serious complications,” said...
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Traffic Alert!

December 15, 2015
Traffic Alert!

Please avoid US 30 and Queen Road due to a 2 semi accident. The eastbound lanes are closed, west of the light. Use caution travelling in this area.  The east bound lanes will be closed for some time to off load a the semi’s load.  
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Governor Pence Announces Plan to Fund North Central, Northeast & Southwest Indiana Regional Development Plans at $42 Million Each

December 15, 2015
Governor Pence Announces Plan to Fund North Central, Northeast & Southwest Indiana Regional Development Plans at $42 Million Each

Governor Mike Pence and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) Board of Directors approved plans today to award $126 million to support regional development plans in North Central, Northeast and Southwest Indiana. Subject to legislative approval, each region will receive up to $42 million in state matching funds through the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative...
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Congresswoman Walorski’s Staff Office Hours in Knox

December 15, 2015
Congresswoman Walorski’s Staff Office Hours in Knox

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) reminds constituents that a member of her staff will be holding office hours to assist constituents with casework and official business. This week on Thursday, December 17th a staff member from Walorski’s office will be in the Starke County Commissioner’s office in Knox from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. CT....
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City Council Passes Ordinances

December 14, 2015
City Council Passes Ordinances

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved an amendment to the 2016 Salary Ordinance as it pertains to the rotation of shifts for full time fire and EMS members at the Plymouth fire Department. Last month Fire Chief Rod Miller said some members were seeking to change the rotation shift schedule from 24...
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Elected Officials Question County Council Transfer Policy

December 14, 2015
Elected Officials Question County Council Transfer Policy

After approving requests for nine additional appropriations and more than 14 transfers, Marshall County Council members were questioned on their policy for handling transfers. Marshall County Treasurer and former County Auditor Penny Lukenbill asked the council Monday if they have changed their policy on transfers within a major category.   She indicated that transfer requests...
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MCEDC Appoints New Communications and Marketing Manager

December 14, 2015
MCEDC Appoints New Communications and Marketing Manager

The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) announces that Nancy Tyree has joined the organization in the role of Communications and Marketing Manager. Nancy Tyree is no stranger to the community, both as a life-long resident of Marshall County, and having previously served as the Marketing and Social Media Intern at the Marshall County...
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Shop With A Cop Shared Between Children, Disabled Adults and Senior Citizens

December 14, 2015
Shop With A Cop Shared Between Children, Disabled Adults and Senior Citizens

More than 235 children, adults with disabilities and senior citizens will benefit from this year’s Shop With A Cop program sponsored by Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195. On Saturday selected children and their families gathered at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church for a breakfast provided by the Plymouth Masonic Lodge.  Emergency service personnel from across Marshall...
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Driver Arrested, Clocked at 105 MPH

December 14, 2015
Driver Arrested, Clocked at 105 MPH

A traffic stop early Saturday morning ends with a South Bend man being arrested. Just after 3 a.m. a deputy with the sheriff’s department was traveling west on U.S. 30 near State Road 331.  He clocked an east bound vehicle traveling at 105 m.p.h. He was able to catch up to the vehicle at...
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